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Sarcopenia - The Undiagnosed Epidemic

oleh vathan diva (2019-04-17)

Obesity increases the risk   CBD Green Lab Drops  of developing osteoarthritis by putting undue stress on the joints - knees and hips, for example, will not cause as much discomfort when they have less weight to carry. Some form of gentle exercise, such as swimming, cycling or walking, together with a sensible diet that promotes fat loss, whilst preserving precious lean muscle, will therefore help to prevent osteoarthritis, or minimize symptoms if you already have the condition.

Furthermore, regular exercise can play a vital role in the prevention and treatment of all forms of arthritis. Exercise is essential for reducing pain and retarding joint deterioration and helps to prevent stiffness. But you also need to respect your body's limitations in order for exercise to be beneficial. Exercise helps to keep joints healthy by encouraging the flow of synovial fluid into and out of the cartilage, and strengthens the supporting, protecting structures (muscles, tendons, ligaments) and increases

the range of motion, shock absorption, and flexibility of joints. Exercise is important in both the prevention and treatment of arthritis because unused joints tend to stiffen. Proper instruction is essential, since great harm can be done with what could be a normally easygoing activity. Swimming, water exercise, yoga and tai chi have been found to be slow and careful enough to loosen joints without causing additional discomfort.

An extract from New Zealand's green-lipped mussel has been found to contain a glycoprotein which may help treat arthritis. The presence of this compound is thought to indirectly prevent the inflammation which occurs when the body's immune system starts attacking healthy tissue. The glycoprotein achieves this by blocking certain actions of neutrophils, the white blood cells which alert the immune system.Regenerating the joint cartilage is the first priority in the treatment of osteoarthritis. Liquid bovine tracheal cartilage may be used as it is an anti-inflammatory and aids connective tissue repair.